Stark County is chock-full of unique and interesting sights and attractions. Consider them local treasures. Some are well-known. Take the McKinley monument, perhaps the Canton area’s signature landmark and its link to the highest office in the land. Or Kennedy’s BBQ, a charming lunch spot not much bigger than a dozen phone booths.
Classic luxury car aficionados can find a treasure trove of history at the National Packard Museum in Warren. In the heart of Warren’s historic district, this 7,500-square-foot facility sits next to Packard Music Hall and Packard Park and houses many beautifully restored and original Packard vehicles.
Canton Classic Car museum director lives her passion. Don’t let her feminine appearance fool you: Char Lautzenheiser is a “car guy.” No one loves automobiles more than the executive director of the Canton Classic Car Museum.
Local Realtor to participate in Boston Marathon, hopes to raise $10,000 for Go Red for Women. Jen Mucci has a passion for running that compares only to her newfound passion for the American Heart Association’s “Go Red” campaign.
The styles you are seeing on the racks right now had a long road to get there. Buyers and vendors were thinking about what you might want to see this spring way back when you were eyeing a new winter coat and back-to-school clothes for the kids.